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Pofung by Baofeng P11UV FSR Edition RR Logging Road Back Country Walkie Talkie Two Way Radio

UV11(RR)

Baofeng

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Do you have questions about the Pofung by Baofeng P11UV FSR Edition RR Logging Road Back Country Walkie Talkie Two Way Radio? Don't hesitate to reach out, were more than happy to help out.

IC# 25962-P11UV

Stay safe on the BC Logging Roads and keep in touch with other commercial vehicles on the highways in Western Canada with the Pofung P11UV FSR edition land mobile radio. This is a first of its kind, out of the box radio, ready to be used on the BC Forest Service Roads programmed to the 40 BC Resource Road (RR) channels, and the 10 Western Canada LADD channels (B1)

*** PLEASE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY ***

YOU MUST LICENSE THE RADIO BEFORE THE RADIO CAN BE SHIPPED

YOU MAY DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION HERE

You can also apply online here

Feel free to contact us if further guidance is required, or reach out directly to ISED for help licensing radio # 25962-P11UV for frequency appendix RR & B1

Simple user interface and no programming required make this an ideal choice for recreational drivers who explore the BC back country, and appreciate the safety value of having a two way radio to keep in touch. With 4W of output power and a 1500MAh lithium ion battery your radio will run a full 8 hours before needing a charge. The 1W of audio output power will ensure loud and clear copies of incoming transmissions. If thats not enough features there are also the 11 NOAA weather channels programmed in for when mother nature decides to cast some grey overhead. Never be without the important information you need whether its coming from up ahead, or "weather" its coming from up above!

With the convenient USB charging interface you will never be far from a charging source to keep you safe and secure. Also included is a wrist strap and belt clip for easy on the go carrying, and of course the battery and antenna. A valid ISED Land Mobile License for Appendix RR & B1 is required prior to the radio being shipped. Please download the application from here. or visit the Spectrum Management System website here to apply online.

https://sms-sgs.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/sms-sgs-prod.nsf/eng/home

 

Frequency Assignment:

BC RR Channels:

Loading Channels
Channel Frequency (MHz) Restrictions
LD-1 151.700
LD-2 151.745 Not to be used within 64 km of the Southern British Columbia border, within 50 km of Ketchikan, Alaska, or within 200 km of Juneau, Alaska.
LD-3 151.790 Not to be used within 20 km of Victoria, British Columbia
LD-4 151.805 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States border
LD-5 151.850 Not to be used within 85 km of Petersburg, Alaska

 

Road Channels

Channel Frequency (MHz) Restrictions
RR-01 150.080
RR-02 150.110
RR-03 150.140
RR-04 150.185
RR-05 150.200
RR-06 150.245
RR-07 150.260
RR-08 150.320
RR-09 150.365
RR-10 150.410
RR-11 150.440
RR-12 150.500
RR-13 150.530
RR-14 150.545
RR-15 150.560
RR-16 150.590
RR-17 150.680
RR-18 150.710
RR-19 150.770
RR-20 150.830 Not to be used within 64 km of Alaska State
RR-21 151.010 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States border
RR-22 151.130 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States border
RR-23 151.190 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States border
RR-24 151.220 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States border
RR-25 151.310 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States border
RR-26 151.340 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States border
RR-27 151.370 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States border
RR-28 151.430 Not to be used within 64 km of Alaska State 
RR-29 151.460 Not to be used within 64 km of the Southern British Columbia
RR-30 151.490 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States Border
RR-31 151.520 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States Border
RR-32 151.580 Not to be used within 64 km of the Canada-United States Border
RR-33 151.610
RR-34 151.640 Not to be used within 64 km of Washington State
RR-35 151.670 Not to be used within 20 km of Victoria, British Columbia

 

Western Canada LADD (B1) Channels:

Frequencies and Conditions
TX Frequency (MHz) RX Frequency (MHz) Frequency Conditions
153.050 153.050 Licensed mobiles. Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northwest Territories and Nunavut only. Excluding a 90 km radius of Strathmore, Alberta.
154.100 154.100 Licensed mobiles. British Columbia, Alberta, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut only. Excluding Greater Vancouver, Fraser Valley west of Hope, Vancouver Island south of Nanaimo, British Columbia, south of 53°30'00" latitude (i.e. south of Edmonton) and 100 km radius of Bonnyville, Alberta (LAD-1).
154.325 154.325 Licensed mobiles. British Columbia, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut only. Excluding Greater Vancouver, Fraser Valley west of Hope and Vancouver Island south of Nanaimo, British Columbia (LAD-3).
158.940 158.940 Licensed mobiles. British Columbia, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut only (LAD-2).
162.210 162.210 Licensed mobiles. Alberta, Northwest Territories and Nunavut only. Excluding a 50 km radius of Crossfield, Alberta.
163.050 163.050 Licensed mobiles. Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba only. Excluding north of 53°00'00" latitude and east of 104°00'00" longitude in Saskatchewan.
165.480 165.480 Licensed mobiles. Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba only.
166.620 166.620 Licensed mobiles. Alberta and Saskatchewan only. Excluding south of  50°00'00" latitude, a 50 km radius of Calgary, Alberta, a 50 km radius of Magrath, Alberta, a 110 km radius of Wiseton, Saskatchewan and a 110 km radius of Fillmore, Saskatchewan.
168.120 168.120 Licensed mobiles. Alberta only. Excluding a 50 km radius of Lake Louise, Alberta.
173.370 173.370 Licensed mobiles. British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut only. Excluding a 50 km radius of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and a 50 km radius of Margo, Saskatchewan (LAD‑4).

 

As this is a RSS-119 Land Mobile Radio use is subject to licensing from Industry Canada (ISED). YOU MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF LICENSE BEFORE THE RADIO WILL SHIP. Further information regarding radio licensing and applicable cost can be found here: Radio Communication Licensing Service

 

 

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